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Since io package version 1.2.4, an interface called "OCT" was added. Except for unzip, it has no dependencies. It's still experimental but fast! Feel free to test it and give us a feedback.
 
Since io package version 1.2.4, an interface called "OCT" was added. Except for unzip, it has no dependencies. It's still experimental but fast! Feel free to test it and give us a feedback.
Currently it supports reading and writing .xlsx, .ods and .gnumeric files (the latter in yet-to-be-released io-2.2.2).
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Currently it just support reading .xlsx, .ods and .gnumeric files. Writing is not supported yet!
 
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<pre>chk_spreadsheet_support == 0</pre>
 
<pre>chk_spreadsheet_support == 0</pre>
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<pre>m = xlsread ('file.xlsx', 1, [], 'OCT');</pre>
 
<pre>m = xlsread ('file.xlsx', 1, [], 'OCT');</pre>
  
Since io package version 2.2.0, the "OCT" interface has experimental write support for .xlsx and .ods formats, since io-2.2.2 (expected mid-May 2014) also for gnumeric. If you can't wait for gnumeric I/O you can checkout a snapshot from svn (see octave.sf.net, http://sourceforge.net/p/octave/code/HEAD/tree/trunk/octave-forge/main/io/)
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Since io package versoin 2.2.0, the "OCT" interface has experimental write support for .xlsx and .ods formats.
  
 
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